Springs, a small historic town in southeast Alabama, is the county seat of
Bullock County. A quick tour around the picturesque downtown and residential
streets illustrates what makes it uniquely and genuinely Southern. From
antebellum homes to one of the oldest jails in the state to cemeteries dating
back nearly 200 years, Union Springs is a showplace of Southern history,
architecture, and charm.
community's Red Door Theatre, established in 2002 and located in a 100 year
old, former Episcopal Church, rapidly earned an outstanding reputation as a
quality regional theatre, offering audiences the opportunity to experience
entertaining productions in an intimate 160-seat setting. The theatre’s mission
is to celebrate the region’s heritage, culture, and future—every year, four
plays are produced with each having a cherished connection to the South and her
Bullock County is widely recognized as the Bird Dog Field Trial Capital of the
World. Each February, people come from near and far to participate in the
largest and most prestigious amateur bird dog field trial held, the National
Amateur Free-for-All at famous Sedgefield Plantation.
central Alabama climate is excellent for year-round outdoor activities, and the
area has some of the best hunting and fishing in the South. Deer, fox, quail,
dove, and turkey are harvested in this very active hunting community, and local
lakes have produced record catches of bass, bream and catfish!
the reason for coming, visitors quickly find out why Union Springs is called
the “SerendipityCenter of the South”!